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If you have any of the signs below, you should see a doctor for the baby’s safety.

In 9 months and 10 days of pregnancy, it can be not as smooth as you thing. You can face with different symptoms, so you should know which ones are normal and which ones need treating.

See a doctor when you found unusual signs

See a doctor when you found unusual signs

The followings are dangerous symptoms that you should take notice of:

Genital bleeding

1 out of 4 pregnant women have much chance of genital bleeding in some point of time in pregnancy. Genital bleeding may be not severe though, it can be a sign of miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy or having placental issues. Go to the doctor early to find out the reason of the genital bleeding if it comes with those signs below:

·         Bleeding too much

·         Having  severe abdomen pain

·         Faint

·         You babies move less than normal or suddenly cause an alavanche of motions.

1 out of 4 pregnant women have much chance of genital bleeding in some point of time in pregnancy.

1 out of 4 pregnant women have much chance of genital bleeding in some point of time in pregnancy.

Water breaking and labor contractions

If you are in the last stage of pregnancy, the water breaking can be the sign of the labor; you need taking to the hospital immediately. However, if you find that your vagina secrete too much fluid while your date hasn’t come (you haven’t been through the 37th week), you should still go to hospital immediately.  That’s because it’s possible that your water has broken and you’re in preterm labor.

The early labor contractions can be signs of premature labor.  If you suddenly feel contractions when you’re in 24th-36th, you need to ask for professional advice from specialist.

Dizziness

This can be regular signs in the first 3 months of pregnancy caused by morning sickness or gestational low blood pressure. In case the sickness occurs regularly, you should see a doctor.

The fetuses kick weakly or lack motion

If you don’t receive the fetus’s motions in a few hours, you needn’t call the doctor right at the time. Instead of that, you should have a glass of juice (the sugar in fruit juice will increase the level of glucose in the baby blood making them work again). After that, pregnant women you take a rest in a quiet environment in half an hour.

If fetuses stop moving for too long, you’d better go to the hospital. Doctors believe that generally, there’ll be nothing too serious happens but, the ultrasound will help us know the situation and be more secure.

If fetuses stop moving for too long, you’d better go to the hospital.

If fetuses stop moving for too long, you’d better go to the hospital.

Swelling and edema in limbs

Ankle swelling is quite popular in the fetuses when they’re at the last stage of the pregnancy. That’s due to the pressure of the abdomen on their legs. In that case, it’ll be worse if you have severe swelling and edema in the arms, legs and eye puffiness. You need to ask for the doctor’s advice of controlling the risk of having the diseases.

Regular headache

This can be a symptom of pre-eclampsia or due to hormone changing, circulation increase or other reasons.

This can be a symptom of pre-eclampsia or due to hormone changing, circulation increase or other reasons.

This can be a symptom of pre-eclampsia or due to hormone changing, circulation increase or other reasons. Let your doctor knows about your regular headache during pregnancy. Especially, you must go to the emergency room immediately if you have severe headache together with nausea or vomiting.

Painful urination

If you have any burning sensation or pain, color changing of the urine, or the abnormal increase or decrease of the number of pee, you should see a doctor.  In those cases, you can have urinary tract infection, dehydration or other dangerous issues. 

 

If you have any dangerous signs, you need to see the specialists.

If you have any dangerous signs, you need to see the specialists.

Severe morning sickness

Most of morning sickness cases cause discomfort and tiredness to pregnant women. However, it’s not harmful and will disappear after the first period of time of pregnancy. Besides, there’re many pregnant women who have severe morning sickness. The symptoms are regular vomiting, for few times urinating or having no urination and not being able to eat because they will throw up the food. Those kinds of signs show that you’re dehydrated seriously and it can affect babies. 

Most of morning sickness cases cause discomfort and tiredness to pregnant women.

Most of morning sickness cases cause discomfort and tiredness to pregnant women.

There’re some special cases in which pregnant women have Hyperemesis gravidarum (HG). If those women aren’t kept on the track and receive treatment, the sickness can put the mother and child in danger. If you have abnormal signs of morning sickness, you need to see specialist to receive advice and if necessary, you can have a water transfer.

Chills or fever

Fever is always harmful to the body, and when you’re pregnant, it can affect babies. The growths and developments of babies depend on the temperature of their moms. To pregnant women with high fever, from 37 to 39 degrees Celsius, in their early stage of pregnancy, it’s possible that they will have an increase in the risk of miscarriage. In the last stage, the high fever won’t effect on babies, but it can be symptoms of infection or other health issues.

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